1 Day Culture tour itinerary for Budapest & Visegrád: Stop By The Historic Castle Town
Plan a trip to this Hungarian Royal Castle and learn all about its history and see the remains of the Lower Castle. You will also visit a beautiful spa on the hill, that promises scenic views of the Danube Bend and delicious Hungarian cuisine over lunch.
Budapest to VISEGRÁD
Pick-up at your hotel in Budapest, at 10 am and travel by Car to Visegrád. If you have a bigger budget, then you can travel on a cruise ship also from Budapest.
Continue the journey by ferry with your Visegrad tour guide, because you have to go to the other side of the river to see this wonderful castle.
But before going up to the castle, you'll get to know the history of this Royal Town.
Have a delicious Hungarian lunch + (Palinka).
After lunch, continue the journey by minibus to get to the top of Castle Hill. Here you will see the Royal Castle and its wonderful panorama with the Danube Bend.
Visit the most beautiful spa in Visegrád, where you are likely to spend 2 -3 hours with the most beautiful panorama of the Danube bend.
After a pleasant drink, get back to Budapest at about 6 pm.
Visegrad tour guiding
Transportation by Car, minibus
Welcome drink (Palinka)
Lunch in Visegrad
Entry tickets to museums
It's the fastest and cheapest to travel by train in Hungary. International trains all stop at this location and are convenient and fast. By train, it'll take 50 minutes.
Béla II. began to build the Royal Castle in the 1250s, including the Citadel of 328 m high hill, the Lower Castle on the hill below the Castle Hill and the Water Bastion on the Danube. The XV. In the 19th century, the city became the city of Anjouk. Robert Charles began to build a royal palace around 1320 on the main street of the city, near the Danube.
Within a few years, this center became the royal seat of the ruler and is the preferred residence of the ruler. Klara's famous ballad speaks about the unsuccessful assassination of the royal family led by Felicia Zách and its bloody revenge. In 1335, there was the famous king's meeting, which was attended by King Charles Károly, King of Poland, King Kázmér of Poland, Charles Moravian Sergeant, Henry Wittelsbach, and Prince Rudolf, and a convention of great importance to ensure the economic independence of the countries concerned from Vienna. and from Western dealers.
In 1991, following the example of the Hungarian, Czechoslovak and Polish prime ministers, the Royal Palace, by signing the example of their ancestors, created the co-operation called Visegrád Four. (In autumn 2006, the Prime Ministers of the Visegrad Countries met here in Visegrád, celebrating 15 years of cooperation.) After the death of Robert Charles, King Louis the Great was visited by a Polish delegation in Visegrad and offered to the Polish crown. After the coronation ceremony, besides the Hungarian Holy Crown, the Crown Guard guarded the Polish Crown in the treasury of the Citadel.
The city was under the rule of King Matthias during his next light age. The King began to build large-scale buildings and renovations: an ensemble of late Gothic details enriched with the remnants of the museum, which you can still see. In the Renaissance courtyard, significant personalities of the age turned, and philosophy, philosophy, literature, philosophies, and arts were at the forefront. Those who arrived far from the earth described Visegrád as "earthly paradise." Bloom lasted until the Turkish times when it began a huge decline and destruction all over the country.
In the struggle for the castle and the city, Visegrád was almost completely destroyed. The survivors were hiding, leaving their uninhabited settlement. The remaining parts of the castle were exploded in 1702 at the command of Austrian Emperor Lipot.
Type of Tour
This tour is offered throughout the year on the following days of the week.
- Monday 10:00
- Wednesday 10:18
- Saturday 10:18
- Sunday 10:10
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